smartAID is the global leader in the use of technology and innovation to alleviate poverty. All of our programs have the end goal of improving the capacity of the local communities we serve so they can become self-sustaining.
Ending poverty is achievable, but it requires strategic and meaningful collaboration between governments, the private sector and civil society partners that have local expertise, experience and connections.
We are first responders to humanitarian and natural disasters around the world, tapping into our global network to create and distribute relief programmes as they are needed.
We help communities get back on their feet by helping them rebuild. Our focus is to ensure the people we are helping are empowered to take back control of their lives.
We help communities sustain change by giving them the knowledge and tools they need to grow, and partner with local organisations to create infrastructure for lasting change.
We look for innovative ways to modify and deploy technology in relief scenarios. Our partners around the world provide access and support that enable us to create technologies that are scalable to any situation.
The people most vulnerable to emergencies brought on by natural disasters, drought, conflict and the outbreak of disease are those in marginalized, vulnerable and poor communities.
Our critical first response actions may not always include a technological solution, but iAID will always research next tier possible technological needs for post-crisis action. We can mobilize our first response resources within 12 to 24 hours.